1. Cuddyer Set to Return to Starting Lineup Monday

    ATLANTA -- Manager Terry Collins expects outfielder Michael Cuddyer will return to the starting lineup Monday when the New York Mets open a series against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field...

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  2. Shortstop Wilmer Flores' Bat Has Him Standing Tall with Mets

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  3. Mets Cough Up 4-1 Lead in 8th, Then Storm Back in Hurry to Win Again

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  4. Mets Trying Not to Think About Lead Too Much

    An important part of having a huge first-place lead this late in the season is acting as if you don't -- believing that other teams are always banging on the door, guarding against overconfidence, straight-out pooh-poohing any talk of the postseason...

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  5. Mets' Yoenis Cespedes Offered Day Off, Responds 'No Way in Hell'

    Mets manager Terry Collins, making it a point to give days off to his regulars this month, has rested seven of his eight position players at least once on their three-city, 10-day roadtrip that ends Sunday...

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  6. Noah Syndergaard's Long Wait Is Finally over

    ATLANTA — Noah Syndergaard hasn't pitched in almost two weeks, but the Mets expect the rookie to be sharp Saturday when he faces the Braves .....

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  7. Matz Just so-so but Mets Still Find a Way to Win

    ATLANTA - Steven Matz, the brilliant rookie lefthander, looked rusty in his second start back from the disabled list. The Mets offense, a juggernaut since the trade deadline, failed to get a hit with runners in scoring position...

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  8. Cespedes Powers Mets Past Braves

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  9. Terry Collins: Mets Don't Need to Skip Noah Syndergaard Again

    ATLANTA -- New York Mets manager Terry Collins said that skipping Noah Syndergaard last weekend in Miami should be sufficient to get the rookie right-hander to the end of the season ...

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  10. 'Unbelievable Job': It's Time to Give Sandy Alderson His Due

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  11. Mets Push Streak to 4 as They Continue to Own NL East

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  12. If New York Mets Make Postseason, Should Bartolo Colon Get a Start?

    Despite setting the record for the longest consecutive scoreless innings streak for a 42-year-old at 31 innings, he wasn't exactly facing Murderer's row...

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  13. Mets Take Down Braves Behind Colon, 7-2

    ATLANTA -- Bartolo Colon's shutout streak ended at 31 innings while he won his fourth straight start, pitching the streaking New York Mets past the reeling Atlanta Braves 7-2 on Thursday night...

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  14. Bartolo Colon Sets Consecutive-Scoreless-Innings Record for P 42 Years or Older

    Bartolo Colon continues to defy what sports fans have come to understand about aging. The New York Mets starting pitcher gave up two runs to the Atlanta Braves on Thursday night...

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  15. Plawecki Tweets Video of Flooded Dugout Hallway During NYM-ATL Delay

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  16. The Mets' Most Valuable Trade Deadline Acquisition

    ATLANTA—In his brief time with the Mets , outfielder Yoenis Cespedes has put up numbers so otherworldly that his name has started to come up as a candidate for the National League Most Valuable Player award...

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  17. Justice: Cespedes Impact on the New York Mets

    For most of this season, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper has been the overwhelming MVP favorite, and that's unlikely to change even with his team falling out of contention...

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  18. Yoenis Cespedes Proving to Be the Difference-Maker for Sweeping Mets

    The reason this is happening never should have happened. The trade that has helped lead the New York Mets to so much recent good fortune was one the team's front office was not even considering until circumstances pushed it toward alternatives...

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  19. Mets Comeback From 7-1 Deficit to Beat Nationals 8-7

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  20. N.J. Man Stole Identity of Mets Exec Jeff Wilpon, Feds Say

    NEW YORK — A 39-year-old New Jersey man attempted to steal the identity of Mets owner Jeff Wilpon as part of a $3.5 million scheme to defraud investors, authorities said...

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  21. Harvey Has 'No Idea' When He'll Start Next

    WASHINGTON -- When will Matt Harvey next pitch in a game for the New York Mets ? The right-hander offered little insight after he allowed a career-high-matching seven runs, then watched ...

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  22. Resilient New York Mets Put Another Nail in Washington Nationals' Coff

    WASHINGTON -- Even when the New York Mets trailed by six runs in the seventh inning, closer Jeurys Familia believed his services would be required...

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  23. It's a New York Mets' Dream World, We're Just Living in It

    Nine years. It's been nice years since a baseball game has been such an emotional roller coaster ride. Not since Endy Chavez made his catch in the 2006 NLCS against the Cardinals ...

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  24. Mets Sink Nationals with Improbable Comeback After Harvey's Shaky Start

    After inheriting a six-run deficit from starter Matt Harvey, the New York Mets navigated a miraculous comeback Tuesday in Washington, scoring seven unanswered runs en route to an ...

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  25. Collins Says Win over Nats May Have Been His Biggest

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